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The Best Names For Your Siberian Husky

Known for their striking blue eyes and playful, chatty demeanor, Siberian Huskies make amazing family companions. And as with any dog, coming up with a name is no walk in the park – after all, they’ll have this name for life! If you’re struggling with what to name your Siberian Husky, we’ve rounded up some of the best – from well-known ones to quirky ones.

Akira

Akira means intelligent and also refers to the Japanese manga series created by Katsuhiro Otomo – which inspired the film “The Matrix.”

Alpine

Alpine means snow-covered – just like the Husky’s fur.

Balto

One of the most famous Siberian Husky’s, Balto led a team carrying diphtheria serum from Anchorage all the way to Nome, Alaska in 1925. He helped prevent an outbreak of the disease and his famous run is now commemorated by the annual Iditarod dog race.

Cherokee

Cherokee is a popular Native American dog name and refers to the Iroquoian language, which has had its own script since 1820.

Chinook

A warm wind found on the Pacific Northwest coast of the United States.

Dakota

Dakota refers to a member of the North American Indian people in the upper Mississippi valley and the surrounding area.

Eskobar

An interesting name, Eskobar means “spoiled” and refers to those who always get what they want.

Glacier

A glacier is a large ice mass that moves slowly.

Juno

Juno, or “Juneau” is the capital of Alaska but makes a great name for a Siberian Husky.

Kazu

Kazu is short for “Kazuki,” meaning peaceful.

Kremlin

A Turkish word, Kremlin means “fortress” and refers to a dog that is trough and strong.

Laika

Laika was the name of a mixed-breed Siberian Husky known to be the first dog in space.

Lonestar

Lonestar refers to someone with superior skills but bad luck.

Maverick

A maverick is someone who rebels from a group.

Nikita

Nikita is a great name for a Siberian Husky and means “little child.”

Nova

A nova is a star that suddenly becomes brighter.

River

River can refer to a free-spirited pup.

Sierra

The sierra is a rugged range of mountains.

Teeko

Teeko is a strategy game that was invented in the late 1930s but can be a cute name for a Husky.

Tundra

A widely popular name for Huskies, a tundra is a flat, treeless Arctic region.

Willow

Willow refers to a deciduous tree with small, narrow leaves.

Winter

Winter is a great name for a Siberian Husky with mostly white or all white fur.

Zaria

Zaria means “sweet, shy, and behaved.” This is a great name for a dog who prefers to lounge around.

Zorro

Zorro means fox in Spanish and is a great name for a sly, clever Husky.

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Ultimately what you name your pup is up to you – but if you’re stumped, consider one of these fun names for your Husky pup.

The Best Names For Your German Shepherd Dog

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In addition to their striking beauty, German Shepherds are extremely intelligent, spunky, loyal, and an overall joy to be around. If you recently added a German Shepherd to your family, be ready for a lifelong companion full and personality and zest. But now comes the hard part – what are you going to name them? If you’re completely stumped on what to name your German Shepherd – we’re here to help. Below are some of the best names for both female and male German Shepherds!

Female

Athena

Greek goddess of wisdom and warfare and the daughter of Zeus.

Asia

Of Greek origin meaning “sunrise.”

Belle

“Beautiful” in French.

Brownie

A popular dessert, also refers to the dark colors of a German Shepherd.

Cleopatra

Of Greek origin meaning “glory of the father” and was the name of the queen of Egypt.

Dixie

A southern name, Dixie is often used as a name for spunky dogs. Also a term for the whole American South.

Elle

Of French origin and means “she.”

Evita

Evita is of Hebrew origin and means “living one.”

Kasha

Typical spelling of the Polish name “Kasia” and means pure and beautiful.

Leena

Leena is of Muslim origin and means “tender.”

Maxie

Of English origin and means “the greatest.”

Millie

Millie is a Latin name and means free-born and noble.

Nikita

A Russian name, Nikita means “victory of the people” and “unconquerable.”

Olive

Perfect for laid-back German Shepherd, Olive is a Latin name that means “symbol of peace.”

Petra

Derived from the Greek work “petros” which means “stone, rock.”

Ruby

Typically refers to the gemstone, ruby comes from the Latin word “ruber” which means red. It’s the birthstone for the month of July.

Sadie

Sadie is a derivative of Sarah and means “princess.”

Sage

Of English origin, Sage means “wise one.”

Tasia

Tasia is a Greek name that means “resurrection.”

Venus

The Roman goddess of love.

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Male

Axel

A Scandinavian name, Axel means “father of peace.”

Apollo

Apollo was the son of Zeus and the god of prophecy, beauty, and wisdom.

Bruno

A German name, Bruno comes from the word “brun” which means shield or armor.

Captain

Of English origin, captain means “he who is in charge.”

Duke

Duke is an English name and used as royalty title.

Dakota

Can refer to the indigenous Native American tribe and translates into “friend” or “friendly” – perfect for a laid-back, friendly German Shepherd.

Falcon

Of English origin, a falcon was regarded as a symbol of spend and courage during the Middle Ages.

Hudson

Thought to be related to the Old Saxon name “Hugh” that comes from the German word “hug”, which means “heart, mind, spirit.”

Jack

A common name during the Middle Ages, it became a slang word for “man.”

Kuma

Kuma is the Japanese word for “bear” – perfect for a big, fluffy German Shepherd.

Max

Short for both Maximilian, meaning “greatest” and Maxwell, meaning “great spring.”

Nova

Of Latin origin, the name Nova means “new, young.”

Napoleon

Of Italian origin, Napoleon often refers to the famous Napoleon Bonaparte.

Orion

Orion is a Greek name meaning “rising in the sky” or “dawning.” In mythology, Orion was a hunter and son Poseidon. Also refers to the constellation.

Radar

Perfect for a German Shepherd pup with big ears!

Rusty

Often used as a nickname for red-haired people or dogs.

Tarzan

A fictional character, the name Tarzan was made famous by the movie “The Legend of Tarzan.”

Thor

Of Old Norse origin meaning “thunder.” Also refers to the Norse god of strength, war, thunder, and storms as well as the son of Odin.

Viking

Viking is of Old Norse origin and means “raider.” Also refers to the pirates and traders who settled in parts of northwestern Europe during the 8th and 11th centuries.

Zorro

Zorro is Spanish for fox – perfect for a clever and sly German Shepherd.

Ultimately what you name your new pup is up to you. But if you’re scrambling for one and need some help – consider one of these unique names for new German Shepherd pup!

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